Property Partners Emma Gill is pleased to bring this exciting prospect at Carrowkilleen, Hollymount to the market.
This charming two-bedroom cottage enjoys the most idyllic of settings in the heart of the majestic plains of south Mayo and is just a stone throw from the renowned angling waters of Loughs Carra and Mask.
Beautifully maintained and expanded, this cosy, welcoming residence meets all the standards of modern day living while staying true to its rich heritage through the preservation and tasteful showcasing of highly desirable period features.
If you are keen to escape the rat race, this tranquil bolthole could represent the opportunity you have been dreaming of to create a quality lifestyle, rich in the spoils of country living while conveniently accessible to modern commercial centres ranging from country towns and commuter hubs right up to county capitals like Castlebar in Co Mayo and Galway city.
Peaceful, private setting
Authentic period features
Pristine decorative finish
BER: F BER No.108574286 Energy Performance Indicator:385.62 kWh/m²/yr
Set amid rolling green fields, peppered with cut stone walls and verdant hedgerows, this property enjoys the most private of settings and mesmerising views.
With its cut stone/whitewash exterior and pretty, blue paintwork, it sits sympathetically in this dream setting.
The front entrance leads straight into the most welcoming of receptions rooms.
Boasting whitewashed stonework walls, a vaulted pine panelled ceiling, a statement cut stone fireplace with cast iron solid fuel stove and stained-glass window, little change is required here to make this space feel cosy and homely.
It is bordered on either side by the cottage two bedrooms.
The master is finished in clean, airy, whitewashed timber panelling and stone walls lending a fresh and modern feel. It has a subtle open staircase that leads to a cute loft space.
The second bedroom benefits from incredible natural light and boasts similar heritage features as well as a unique mezzanine space to maximise the functionality of this room.
The main reception room leads into the property spacious kitchen with traditional pitch pine fitted units, another wonderful timber-panelled vaulted ceiling and access onto a charming paved/patio area to the side of the house.
The property bathroom (featuring an electric shower) is in a hallway just outside the kitchen. The hall leads into a very generous utility space that incorporates a second bathroom featuring a toilet and sink.
The cottage at Carrowkilleen boasts a high standard of decorative finish throughout with fresh paintwork in a neutral mix of cool and earthy tones and unique period features like exposed timber lintels, traditional latched doors and more.
It also features a very generous detached garage and a pretty, enclosed garden space with ample parking.
Carrowkilleen is located on a small, quiet country road just off the L1606 route that skirts along the shore of Lough Carra and links the village of Carnacon to Hollymount.
The latter is the nearest town to this property and marks the midway point between the bustling commercial centres of Ballinrobe (capital of Mayo Lake District) and Claremorris.
Mayo county town of Castlebar is a half hour commute away while Galway city can be reached in just under one hour drive as can Ireland West Airport Knock.
This cottage is likely to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers from first-time buyers to remote workers, downsizers, and holiday home investors.
Early viewing is therefore highly recommended.
Property Partners Emma Gill strives to be ultra-flexible around property viewings.
For further information call (087) 7999955 or (094) 9542819/(091) 884000.